“It’s not about having enough time, it’s about making enough time.” This often-referred quote by Australian author, motivational speaker and television personality Rachael Bermingham sheds light on one of the saddest realities of life—the lack of time.
We all want to spend quality time with our loved ones, but only a few can manage to do so. As a result of which, we often cite the reason, “I don’t have time” whenever a that someone special makes a plan or wants to go on a vacation or just watch a movie together. But did you know, if citing lack of time as a reason to avoid requests of your partner becomes a habit, it can slowly deteriorate your relationship? Besides this, it also says a lot about your personality. Click Next to read what it means when you use this excuse of ‘not having time’ to your partner too often.